It’s widely agreed we’re in a climate crisis, but what do we do? It’s not a matter of tinkering; many now argue that there needs to be fundamental change in the way we live and work if we want to secure sustainable futures for all. What’s the alternative thinking that can inspire change?
Miatta Fahnbulleh (Chief Executive, New Economics Foundation), Rob Hopkins (Transition Town and author of From What Is to What If), Guy Standing (author of, among other books, Basic Income: And How We Can Make It Happen) and Will Stronge (Autonomy think-tank) look at communities and new economic thinking; the Green New Deal and cities; basic income and what this might do for life and work; and how a four-day week for all might be achieved. Chaired by Paul Chatterton (Our Future Leeds).
Presented in association with the Bristol Inclusive Economy Initiative, University of Bristol.
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